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market. find out what's really happening to the global economy for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines you can see the reports on our. this week's top stories the chorus of g eight leaders speak in unison to the man colonel get down to go rush are agreeing to step in a mediator ceasefire in libya. and the u.s. pushes a whole weird with it sounds the missile defense shield in europe moscow with the project with the world security and where this. policy takes a look at why the arrest of general rant came a lot it is causing anger among the servants who are in the government of treating its people to win europe's space but. a day of rage in georgia and their love
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child after he said brutally crackdown on thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of president saakashvili. a very warm welcome this is the assy line from moscow colonel gadhafi suffered a major blow at this week's g. eight summit in france as russia joined forces with nato allies calling on him to quit they declared his rule in just minutes and discuss ways to broker peace but there are also differences on syria with russia saying it won't attack any u.n. action that makes the now a report. new world new ideas host france but that concept on the g. eight table at a time when it looks like old ways aren't working a war in libya on the front line with the euro crisis in the background leads to.
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questions like this will sarkozy be known as the man who say tens of thousands of civilians in benghazi or will he run as the man who runs to economic ruin neverending war in libya he must go g eight leaders agreed board for word in their declaration about gadhafi saying he has lost all legitimacy though it's understood behind closed doors there was harsh debate on the sidelines russia was asked to step in and broker a cease fire it accepted and will send an envoy a stillness yes we are in touch with both the it's the new forces in benghazi and representatives are not free but we haven't broken diplomatic ties but i think it's useful in any case because we're trying to make closer approaches and reducing the reasons for the escalation of violence which is still ongoing we discussed it at the g eight an articulation says that we could have a regime has lost its legitimacy gadhafi must step down russia's approach to interfering in the internal affairs of sovereign nations differs dramatically from
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the west which appears eager to back some countries but not others it's interesting to intervene in libya it does not suit us to intervene in bahrain those and those rational is economic is geopolitical it's not about human. to nations agreed a twenty billion dollars support package to arab nations that have toppled autocratic regimes and are struggling to build so-called new democracies on the euro there were statements like this was called all sit up because the euro is you everything that could threaten the future of the euro will threaten europe as a whole so one huge spending cuts continue in an attempt to prevent euro extinction so will the mission in libya and the spending of billions g. eight leaders might have reached consensus on could daffy but can the west now afford to push pick and choose politics even further russia's deputy foreign minister claims a resolution on syria one to even be read let alone signed by russia. after the
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disaster in libya the question now what will happen to the rest of the arab world's facing revolts for now only syria is a possible target with some g. eight leaders going as far to hint a u.n. resolution similar to libya could be an option is to ask yes doesn't back down something russia is more than likely to oppose reporting from the g. eight and he says no way artsy to beat france. but with colonel gadhafi now increasingly isolated and nato jets intensifying their attacks some experts believe russia's role as a mediator is crucial for peace but one can learn from guilt have university in turkey says winning is more important for the alliance than the case. but the rebels feel they have a supporter of going to countries some other arab states so they haven't really shown much interest in reducing. communion and i suspect a list of countries decided that they were next month also to achieve
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a military victory but these are countries may decide perhaps we'll have some russian russia will be able to act as a researcher but i suspect at the moment victories. i don't reckon you're going to. really hear is more likely but more or less we broke a closed door his options which makes new situation very very difficult to imagine . what the libyan rebels leader will stand for of the journal has told r.t. that once colonel gadhafi is gone and no obstacle to peace. now you know our main requirement is one more get up and this son should leave libya among those who served in the previous government that are many refutable people with whom we are ready to have a dialogue so that they can become members of the executive orders of the future libya it's colonel gadhafi who does not support all of this in the first place and huge events us from creating secure corridors for medicine and food supplies and
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intervals the need once he starts playing this role the prospect of a dialogue will open up to an intermediary. where you can see the full interview in a twenty minutes time hail. up in the u.s. is plowing ahead with plans to build up its military in eastern europe but it's telling robson not to worry any u.s. poland agreement with the pointed at the poorer than the country which once case says is a longingly close to russia's borders with a missile or part of the rest of fence shield and will be in place by twenty eight russia has repeatedly called for a joint system washington wants to separate missile shield other g eight summit on friday to me but i'm a bit of said he is not particularly happy with america's position on one of the arms race if no deal is with each. horse near the top of the border unless we reach a deal before twenty twenty in the u.s. anti-missile system is finalized you could trigger
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a new arms race we have to get guarantees that this system is not aimed at us no one gave us any such guarantees we're being told it's against some countries that pose a threat so when we ask who these countries are they keep silent when we are asked do these countries have dangerous missiles no they do not and who has the missiles russia has and the conclusion is easy it seemed to us to go into our arms experts have been there telling r.t. that america's reluctance to provide legally binding guarantees on missile defense is aimed at stalling talks on a joint system on clean up blames the divisions within washington. well they are talking about how to make this a joint system the question is what does joint need at this point they're talking about sharing early warning information and other radar information which would be a step forward but before they can get there before they can get to a shared system russia needs to be reassured that the system is not aimed at it and
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again the nato and the united states need to make a joint statement to russia saying that this system is not aimed at you this is them is no danger to you it's focused on dangers and threats from middle east not from russia there is the obama administration which very much wants a collaborative relationship on missile defense with russia and very much wants another arms control reduction agreement with russia certain republicans in the u.s. senate do not want those things so we have to make that clear distinction between what the ministration wants and what some members of the senate want so focusing on what the administration wants what russia wants they both want cooperation on missile defense and they both want to move on to a new arms reduction agreement and given that i think there's enough common interest to move that forward so that four people have been forcibly everything in washington for dancing at the thomas jefferson among morial among health wealth in america stands out. he says he was drowned by all that is
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a plus what with all the night through a social networks is a process to get through he says with the sense is that the visit of morning with the band came in during two thousand and eight when asked if his suitability for wrestling have done thing what's that sort of how badly treated them at our you tube channel. today. these are the images the world been seeing from the streets of canada. showing the correlations are all. right came out it denied to ordering the killing of almost eight thousand balls in muslims and trepanning serbian police on high alert supporters. of plan rallies and
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protests and his arrest he was captured on thursday after sixteen usable wrong and is awaiting extradition to the hague to face a war crimes tribunal and a company known as article reports and the rest is left sub divided. official belgrade is called the capture of former bosnian gen up on luggage a great thing for their country that sentiment has been echoed by many european officials but with serbia sights set so firmly on the chance of a potential e.u. membership in the billions of dollars worth of grant money that could come with it it seems that they are overlooking the wishes and feelings of the serbian people not a single person we have spoken to here in belgrade have said that they believe arresting the former general is a good thing or necessary for serbia to come to terms with its past many going as far as to say that the real criminal in this situation is the current president what is that it's for selling out his people. for jews believe he's the
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biggest criminal eusebio he's a serbian to serbian blood he's our man he's our general right we could start each visit parachuting into a period where they keep eighteen. if they are people too high a. year if we give and give to them the right pretty to money you know what i mean so far belgrade has reacted quietly to the news of art and lunches arrests and potential extradition to the hague your crimes tribunal but a large rally is scheduled for later on tonight we are expecting thousands of people to gather outside the parliament building in the very heart of the serbian capital belgrade and of course looking back remembering previous rallies when a former leader of one project was arrested and extradited to the hague thousands of people took to the streets of the capital they were forced violently dispersed by riot police and many are fearing that this situation could repeat itself if
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if is in fact extradited to the hague bought as some experts believe the absolute hell for this people on the disappointment that they have for their government will. actually keep them off the streets the thing is people have been so all disappointed about the outcomes of all these different demonstrations and unfortunately serbia that there's been lots of reasons to demonstrate over the years that the infamous he has risen dropping a little bit so i think millions of people are actually on help but they don't really trust anyone who actually calls them out to the street to demonstrate that they're also actually worried that the government may actually provoke unrest in order to make it easier. if you think the pressure or that it already is so for that reason it's hard to say the enthusiasm is there but
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there's a lot of mystery a lot of mistrust even for opposition. originally official belgrade forbade any public gatherings following the news of a lot of his arrest hearing of course a repeat of the events of a few years ago when that out of the cottage was arrested and extradited to the hague the war crimes tribunal but it does seem that every action undertaken by official belgrade is aimed not at the people of this country but at those within the european union who do have the ability to open its doors for serbia but even with the arrest of up on luggage and his potential extradition not everyone believes that serbia will finally get its dream e.u. membership. knowledge his defense team said to appeal against tanks traditional monday saying help is to pour in foreign affairs right insurgent the whole bit just as knowledge is unlikely to get a fair trial when he gets to the hague anyway. having been to the hague both as
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an expert witness and as a material witness i'm well aware of the fact but it is a highly politicized institution that has been used over the years to provide retroactive crays our age additional verification of the political position of the western powers that the serbs are indeed the main culprits for all that his counterparts in the former yugoslavia and mark my words over the next few days instead of applauding serbia for finally catching large you will see in the western media yet another. serbia phobia reminding everybody of srebrenica and the alleged eight thousand dead that his knowledge is greatest alleged crime the serbian media more tightly controlled by the government than they had ever been under me last year and all of the media are repeating in unison that
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the e.u. is some kind of panacea that will resolve the problems now if serbia does during the i think it will be the first time in history that a wretch has jumped on to a sinking ship. well here's a quick taste of what's still ahead this hour controversial car bomb in cool drugs functionaries allowed to waste their own unconventional war not taking this course is a not daring enough. last line of the usual the sufferings of. the poor while i see a sponsor. georges independence day was supposed to celebrate liberty but there was little freedom of speech for those wanting to hold their government to account for corruption they were pelted with rubber bullets and tear gas to make their voices heard calling for president saakashvili resignation position claims some of their supporters not have been to death for
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a furthur pour for a brutal crackdown on protesters in tbilisi. with thousands of on the police closing in on all sides and angry protesters lashing out. in main street in tbilisi became a battleground. for cannons rubber bullets and tear gas fired indiscriminately into the crowds many people were injured including a number of journalists are teasing spanish correspondent was among those caught in the chaos the policeman appears ok he was very aggressive we get people. to keep all the people they don't make any arms with nothing and then suddenly being told the pain in my stomach and relate it me with some kind of bullet it's kind of bullet is the bullet and he gave me a name so he. has a clue to the riot police didn't come as a surprise to any of us that it was the scale of the operation that was such
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a shock. when the police disperse the crowds they were following me my friends with the song to kill a. journalist see tropical a vendor two thousand and seven traitors they had also resulted in violence so police present this. time with even greater and just. the violence the most shocking given the age of many of the demonstrators. this. people of the silver revolution an older generation that family be in the crowd these people are struggling with low and high paid price in the aftermath worried relatives and friends searched the hospitals for missing people. we came to find if the men aged between twenty and forty people there when we don't know where they are. they won't put us in and they won't give us any information telling us to ask the police
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the numbers of people injured or arrest of priest extremely hard to gauge we know a lot of people who are arrested and government giving us some information about that unfortunately with. two more. persons from all of this people are very happy to. this they're now international calls for the government to investigate violations of protesters human rights talks of freedom of speech many protesters have paid a high price for trying to have their say. i can't trust anyone anymore i'll never come to a protest rally again i just want to be safe and. yet protesters have once again taken to the streets despite wednesday's violence people here refusing to be silenced. as he tbilisi. turning to today's news now on the
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president of the republic. she was sixteen. at all eleven school peace and republic five four twenty from georgia which achieved in two thousand and eight. a surrogate came to a moscow hospital last week following surgery it was reported that he had difficulties recovering from surgery and earlier today it was announced that he had died. was elected to the presidency of our cars here in two thousand and five he led the country throughout these years up to now and through its defining moments in two thousand and eight when the country fought a war of independence against neighboring georgia it won independence and sergei but the option was out the country's head when it did so so what now for the future of our cause well for the next three months his vice president will take over the
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country until elections are held and the country chooses its next president with millions of people dying from drug something but always the public awareness campaigns the not enough in the battle against the war and with their own methods russian vigilantes are on the warpath against drug dealers as artie's reopen national reports there aren't always wrong. it said all is fair in love and war and perhaps even more say in the war on drugs drugs that killed two point five million people every year cross the globe and almost three hundred fifty men women and youngsters every day in russia and some of their own contributor szell battle against the threat tasers customers they arranged to meet alleged drug dealers and once the city's fine is suspect is a drug pusher they serve them a black mark and leave them red faced. people have to know their enemies will be
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look like people will be afraid to go out next time because next time police may be there. these guys are not alone in rushing there and conventional methods of fighting against drugs their colleagues from the drug free city movement have been accused of torturing addicts after they'd used handcuffs to force them to kick their habit they've also marked drug dealers houses to shame them in the community . it is our uprising against the drug dealers do you think it's better to sit at home and watch how the drug dealers will be killing you but we managed to unite our forces and declare war to the drug dealers. sociologists a mob just as occurs when people become disillusioned by official afterwards but the public taking the law into its own hands is an unwelcome trend work the murther of our border there are a lot of enthusiastic who are striving to eradicate this horrible evil by any means possible when their actions don't comply with the law the law is against them for
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sure we can eradicate his evil but only by legal methods the over five million drug users in morden russia vast amounts of money being blown on reducing drug demand and treating addicts as statistics are just getting more and more gloomy. this is how the moscow activists have tried. stop the madness threaten the country with waterproof dye the marks do as they say will have to part of the public for at least three weeks some are skeptical about their methods others even accuse them of who could put the antidrug good judgement is argue their form of justice is worth it if it helps save at least one life. most go well for more on russia's daily battle against drugs. dot com his health or. israel is the next relation of global climate because egypt
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reliance is restrictions on it's possible supporters say will help alleviate humanitarian crisis in the strip. and a glitch in a u.s. prison computer system releases paulsen strangers for moles on the streets of california find out how it happened to you dog home. emerging economies the challenging the tradition of appointing a european as head of the international monetary fund brazil russia india and china have joined africa to say the candidate should be chosen on marriage president didn't stress that developing countries should get a chance well the idea was there by prime minister benjamin who said he spoke hardly of the french finance minister christine legarde whose candidacy is balanced by all e.u. members but putin also gave his support to the head of cuz it sounds national but gordon marketing in an exclusive interview with r.t.
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must change that said it's only a matter of time before you're not clear of the true cons to read minds. it is very much a message that developed countries in the european countries would like to maintain . which is not necessary for. things the changes for already started but probably will not go far enough. some of the world's stories making headlines this hour now and two women and twelve children have been killed in afghanistan as well as whole helmand province by nato troops there's halakha it was supposed to be insurgents but instead civilian homes were fired on nato says it was in retaliation for an attack on a u.s. marine base in the region on saturday afghan president hamid karzai has criticized coalition forces for not doing enough to prevent civilian deaths. eva two
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hundred suspected al qaeda gunmen have taken control of the yemeni provincial capital of zinjibar after two days of heavy fighting the opposition accuses president of rendering the town to fears of a militant takeover it comes after gammons leader and the tribal chief agreed a cease fire calling five days of clashes that have killed over twenty people so they are under pressure to go following months of protests that is twenty. nigeria's goodluck jonathan has been sworn in as president i've heard the size of election victory last month security was tight around the city's eagle square inauguration with kilometers of roads blocked off he now faces a divided nation after a deadly post poll riots which killed more than eight hundred people jonathan hughes a southern a christian peter his made of haven from the main removes the north.
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japan's fukushima nuclear plant could be hit by a powerful typhoon as early as monday officials say the quake and tsunami damage is that it is not believe the heavy tropical rain and winds some buildings are still wide open and spiritual storm could send radioactive material into the air and sea work is battling to fix a broken cooling system and all five in our back in line. now if you ever find yourself in our dip into the freezing sea probably won't be too high on your must do left of the sun looking to reveal the secrets of science it's all in a day's work of art and sean thomas reports. of don't plunge into frigid introject waters certainly is not really to me but this cruise making vis dive a regular experience all in the name of science. the main purpose of our trip to antarctica is to establish a foundation for monitoring different species living on the bottom of the ocean we
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are studying the distribution of animals that live there and we are studying their nature each day during the short summer season this crew makes multiple trips out to sea where they get a firsthand look at what's below the surface. in this case one in the same biological community stretches from a depth of five it's almost fifty meters there are certain variations but mostly the picture is the same it's impossible to say anything now it's too early to draw any conclusions we've got too little information just one sectional view working out of the culture the waters of antarctica will not only help scientists identify the types of animals living here but by coming back over time they can study subtle changes in the environment and how the animals are affected by those changes in three to five years we will repeat our data collection and we can establish whether there have been any changes some animals might have gone and others may have replaced them we can establish why maybe there are some climatic changes that lead to changes among the populations so it will indicate whether it got colder or
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warmer here what they come up with can at times seem a bit questionable if not simply messy while other times they're catch is quite clear but in all cases important to their research so what is logged in ships to russia what is then catalogue and still sometimes new discoveries are made constantly cataloging many new types of muscles my colleagues are doing the same we're always finding new and absolutely unknown species proving that there is still much more work to be done in one of the world's coldest ecosystems in antarctica chan thomas martini. well we've got with a recap of this week's main story than just a couple of minutes don't go away. down
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